Sledge Hockey

Sledge Hockey

Sledge hockey is an adapted version of ice hockey for athletes with a physical disability. Players use a two-bladed sledge and propel themselves with short sticks spiked at one end. The other end includes curved blades for handling the puck. Rules and gameplay are very similar to able-bodied ice hockey.

To learn more about sledge hockey, watch this video.

You may also visit ontariosledge.com for more information.

Results

Gold – Ontario Central
Silver – Ontario North
Bronze – Ontario East

 

 

Tentative Schedule:

Friday, February 8

Noon – Ontario West vs. Ontario Central – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

1:30pm – Ontario East vs. Ontario North – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

Saturday, February 9

8:30am – Ontario West vs. Ontario North – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

10am – Ontario East vs. Ontario Central – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

1:30pm – Ontario West vs. Ontario East – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

3pm – Ontario Central vs. Ontario North – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

 

Sunday, February 10

8am – Bronze Medal Game – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

9:30am – Bronze Medal Ceremony – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

10am – Gold Medal Game – Iroquois Park, Pad 3

11:30am – Gold Medal Ceremony – Iroquois Park, Pad 3